|22 Minutes (22 minuty)
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22 Minutes (22 minuty) is a 2014 Russian action movie directed by Vasily Serikov. The story is loosely based on events of May 2010 in the Gulf of Aden when Somali Pirates hijacked the Russian tanker Moscow University and its rescue by the the Russian Navy destroyer Marshal Shaposhnikov. In the film, the hijacked vessel is the liquefied gas tanker Yamal, and the destroyer is named Admiral Krylov.
The following weapons were used in the film 22 Minutes (22 minuty):
EKOL Firat Magnum
The pirate's chief Amin Nur Barre (Eebra Tooré) is the only character to carry handgun. His Beretta 92FS appears to be blank firing EKOL Firat Magnum.
EKOL Firat Magnum (black) - 9mm P.A.K. blanks
Amin threatens Sanya Yezhov.
In movie trailer, the inscription "Voltran P92" can be seen. Voltran is another trade mark for EKOL.
In the climactic scene Amin aims his pistol...
(Sgt. Maj.) Tikhonov (Ivan Porodnov) blocks the trigger with his combat knife.
Amin's second-in-command carries the M1928A1 Thompson SMG, fitted with a custom folding stock. Sanya Yezhov (Makar Zaporozhskiy) manages to disarm the pirate and uses the SMG himself.
M1928A1 Thompson with 30-round magazine and early 'simplified' rear sight that would be adopted for the M1 Thompson - .45 ACP
The pirate in the black hood at the right holds the Thompson.
A closer view. The handguard and the cooling fins on the barrel differ from the original Thompson so this gun appears to be some kind of replica.
The folding stock is seen.
Sanya disarms the pirate. The spent brass in midair is possibly CGI.
Several pirates carry the SKS Rifles with aftermarket SVD detachable magazines conversion, bipod, muzzle brakes, and new sights.
The production still allows to identify the gun as a modified SKS.
A pirate with an SKS at the left.
Another pirate armed with an SKS at the left.
Most pirates are armed with AKM assault rifles.
The muzzle of the AKM is seen at the right.
Pirates aim their AKMs and the RPK-74
(seen in the background).
Another view of the same scene.
The engraved buttstock of Kalash's gun.
An AKM-wielding pirate is distracted from his guard duties and misses the Russian Marine climbing on the ship.
Kalash holds his rifle during the climactic scene.
In several scenes, Russian Marines carry AKMS assault rifles. Some of them are fitted with fake AK-74-style muzzle brakes.
A Marine fires his AKMS into the air.
A Marine at the right carries an AKMS, fitted with AKS-74-style folding stock and muzzle compensator.
A closer view of the aforementioned gun.
During the night raid, several Marines carry AKMSL assault rifles. The AKMSL is a version of the AKMS fitted with an elongated slotted flash suppressor and NSP-3 night scope rail. The screen guns lack the NSP-3 but the shape and size of the flash suppressor allows to differ this version from a regular AKMS.
AKMSL with NSP-3A night scope - 7.62x39mm
Marines hold AKMSL assault rifles.
AK-74 assault rifles are also seen in the hands of the pirates.
A pirate at the left holds an AK-74.
A pirate uses his AK-74 in close combat.
Some Russian Marines carry AKS-74 assault rifles.
AKS-74 with Bakelite magazine - 5.45x39mm
A Marine at the center holds an AKS-74.
The AKS-74U is seen in hands of several Marines, including Starshy Praporshchik (senior warrant officer) Mogila (Vladislav Demin).
The AKS-74U is seen at the center.
Mogila (in beret) holds his AKS-74U.
A Marine at the left carries the AKS-74U.
One of the pirates is armed with the M16A2 assault rifle. As genuine M16s are rarely seen in Russian movies, this rifle is probably an airsoft gun or some other kind of non-firing replica.
Colt M16A2 Rifle - 5.56x45mm. Select Fire rifle (Safe/Semi/3 round Burst Only).
The man in the red shirt at the far left holds his M16.
The A2 handguard is seen at the left.
The pirate holds his M16A2.
Machine Guns and Autocannons
One of the pirates is armed with the RPK-74 machine gun.
RPK-74 light machine gun with 45-round box magazine - 5.45x39mm
The RPK-74 is seen in a production still.
The RPK-74 is seen at the right.
The pirate breaks the window of the wheelhouse with the buttstock of his RPK-74.
The pirate with an RPK-74 at the climax.
Amin's bodyguard carries the RPD machine gun.
RPD Light Machine Gun - 7.62x39mm
The RPD is seen at the right.
The RPD is seen at the left.
An original PK Machine Gun is used by a pirate.
PK Machine Gun, note the larger curved gas block and the thicker fluted barrel that was found on the original weapon - 7.62x54mm R
The pirate at the right holds the PK.
The fluted barrel can be seen.
The pirate carries his PK on sling.
The pirates mount several DShKM heavy machine guns on the hijacked Yamal.
DShKM on tripod - 12.7x108mm
Capt. Tarasov observes the DShKM through binoculars.
The DShKM on the Yamal'
Tripod-mounted DShKM on the top of the liquefied gas tank.
A good view of the DShKM.
The gunner is killed with a throwing knife.
A 30mm Shipunov 2A42 autocannon is mounted on a Ka-52 helicopter.
Shipunov 2A42 automatic cannon - 30x165mm
The 30mm autocannon is mounted on the right hardpoint.
Four 30-mm AK-630 CIWS mountings with AO-18 autocannons are mounted on the Admiral Krylov destroyer.
GSh-6-30 (AO-18) rotary gun in an AK-630 naval installation - 30x165mm
Two AK-630s on the starboard side.
F-1 Hand Grenade
In one scene, Amin (Eebra Tooré) takes a F-1 hand grenade from his henchman. The screen used grenade is a URG training version.
He threatens Yamal
RGD-5 Hand Grenade
In one scene, Amin (Eebra Tooré) uses an RGD-5 to breach the door to the wheelhouse. Later, Sanya Yezhov (Makar Zaporozhskiy) uses an RGD-5 to make a booby trap. The screen used grenade is the URGN training version.
URG-N RGD-5 training grenade
The grenade is used to breach the door.
Sanya makes a booby trap.
One of the pirates is armed with an RPG-7 rocket launcher.
Capt. Tarasov observes the pirate with an RPG-7 through binoculars.
The pirate fires his RPG at a Russian Marines fast-attack boat.
A pirate at the right carries an RPG-7.
The RPG-7 is seen at the left in the climactic scene.
Unidentified flare pistol
In climax, Kalash (Gaël Kamilindi) fires a flare pistol. It looks generally similar to SPSh Flare Pistol but has a trigger guard.
For comparison: SPSh Flare Pistol - 26.5mm
Kalash finds the flare pistol in the wheelhouse.
An MRG-1 Ogonyok grenade launcher is seen mounted on the Admiral Krylov destroyer.
MRG-1 Oronyok multi-barreled grenade launcher - 55 mm
MRG-1 is seen mounted on the destroyer's superstructure.
Two 21-KM naval guns are mounted on the Admiral Krylov. These old-style weapons are still used on Russian Navy ships as salute cannons for ceremonial usage.
The 21-KM salute gun is seen in the background.
Admiral Tributs Destroyer
The Russian Navy Udaloy-class destroyer Admiral Tributs appears in the movie under the fictional name Admiral Krylov. Admiral Tributs is a sistership to Marshal Shaposhnikov.
at sea. A good view of the Kinzhal
VLS, two 100-mm AK-100 guns, and Metel
ASW quadruple launchers.
Quadruple 533-mm torpedo launcher.
212-mm ASW rocket launcher.
Kamov Ka-52 Helicopter
A Ka-52 helicopter operates from the Admiral Krylov. In reality, the Ka-27 helicopter from Marshal Shaposhnikov participated in the events of May 2010.
Grappling Hook Launcher
While climbing on board theYamal, Russian Marines use pneumatic grappling hook launchers.
Frogmen ready to shoot grappling hooks.